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Hippity Hop

Welcome to my first ever Hippity Hop!! If this is your first stop on the hop and you want to start at the beginning then you should go on over to the Ippity Blog to get a list of participating blogs and to get a look at this months Hippity Hop Twist Challenge where you can win some very cool prizes just for making something crafty!

After becoming the Ippity Chick, this my first ever sample using the Ippity Stamps. I know I should have done it earlier but better late than never :D and so here it is.

Supplies: cardstock: Elle Erre Fabriano!; Papers: Echo Park; Stamps: Ippity (Grunsey Gingham, Quotes a'la HAPPY, Music of my heart); Embellishments: string, pearls and tulle from stash

I used 3 different Ippity sets for this one - Music of my heart, Grunsey Gingham (I {heart}), Quotes a'la happy. The bird is stamped on a Echo Park Paper, cut out and popped on foam dots.I finished it with some pretty tulle.

Now, hop on over to the Ippity Blog to see who is next!

P.S. You can order your Ippity Stamps by emailing me at or simply click the email me button in the side bar.

Thanks for visiting!! Hope you like it!!


  1. That is lovely... Lemme also go & have some fun with my paraphernalia.... Long time since I have sat to create.... Thanks for inspiring me.... Word changed ON MY BLOG..... Hugs))))


  2. Very pretty card!!lve the stamps

  3. Love it! It's interesting how you use unusual colors in your card!

  4. oh, that bird,pretty pretty card:)

  5. ooh gorgeous stamps! love how you framed the sentiment!

  6. gorgoues, love the purple tulle....
    PS: can't wait to get started on my stamps :)

  7. Gorgeous card Ujjwal......Loved the colors and the embellished bird. Welcome to the {ippity} Hop, it will be fun to see more of your {ippity} Creations.

  8. So glad you joined the hop with this fabulous creation!!!

    Lisa a

  9. nice one.. love the background *wink*

  10. love the addition of the tulle!

  11. Really cute love how you framed the sentiment with the twine!!!

  12. AwesOme card and all of our work..Hope to seE mOre.
    And Thanks for visiting my blog :-)

  13. So cute! Love the background gingham stamp! :)

  14. Welcome to your first hop....your card is lovely!

  15. Tks for stopping by! Appreciate it! :)

    Awesome work on your blog! Wow! Lots of inspirations too! Tks! Clever use of colors and embellies!

  16. This is just too cute, Ujjwal! I love the pops of purple against the neutrals (and I pretty much droll over all your Fabriano papers)!

  17. Pretty card.

    Congratulations on your Get Sketchy win :)


  18. Now that's really cute! I love the 'patch' of gingham behind the birdie and the tulle, and the contrast between the pearls and the jute twine.
    Thanks for sharing! :o)

  19. Saw you on the Moxie Fab World today and had to come check this out. So pretty! I LOVE {ippity}. What a great use of those stamps, and that twine is great. :)


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